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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Jan 27, 2018-
Jan 27, 2018
03:00PM - 05:00PM
Chamber Concert: Fantasies and Fairy Tales
London-based musicians Catherine Manson and Eric Hoeprich join cellist Tanya Tomkins and pianist Eric Zivian in a program of Schumann, Gade and Brahms
Sonoma,
Schroeder Hall at the Green Music Center, Sonoma S
Event Description

The Green Music Center at Sonoma State University presents a series of three concerts by the musicians of Valley of the Moon Music Festival. The first program in the series takes place Saturday, January 27 with a concert featuring Catherine Manson on violin and viola. Manson, a member of the London Haydn Quartet and Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, is one of the most accomplished period instrumentalists of her generation, with critically acclaimed recordings of Haydn, Bach and Buxtehude. She will be joined by clarinetist Eric Hoeprich, as well as Festival founders Tanya Tomkins, on cello, and Eric Zivian, on fortepiano.

The program includes Schumann Fairy Tales for viola, clarinet and piano; works for clarinet and piano by Schumann and Gade; and the Brahms Piano Trio in C Major.
 
An encore of this program will take place the following Monday, January 29 at 7:30 p.m. at a house concert in Berkeley. Reservations to this intimate event are very limited. A donation of $25 - $100 per person is suggested, and may be made online via a link at valleyofthemoonmusicfestival.org/green-center-2018.

Fee: $0.00

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